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Southwark ammo surrendered during amnesty

A bag of ammunition has been surrendered in Southwark as part of a London-wide weapons amnesty.

In total the Met has received 25 weapons, including three shotguns, six miscellaneous fireamrs, thirteen air weapons and three fake guns as well as eleven bags of ammunition.

One handgun, two rifles and one GAT air pistol were handed over in neighbouring Lewisham.

Last year’s amnesty was the first in six years to offer those harbouring illegal weapons the chance to surrender them without fear of prosecution.

 

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